Posts tagged league of ireland first division
Listen back as Douglas winner breaks Longford hearts

Kieran Burke & Stephen McDonnell called the action live from one of the games of the season on Friday night as Bray Wanderers stunned Longford Town with two late set-pieces at the Carlise Grounds. Here's a commentary highlight reel of the five goals.


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Morris favors dugout cameras

Speaking exclusively on Series 3-Episode 14 of Between the Stripes LOI podcast last night, Shelbourne boss Ian Morris revealed he is one of an ever growing number of League of Ireland managers that favors the instillation of pitch-side cameras in order to record exchanges involving match-officials and members of clubs technical staff.

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Fenn targeting summer additions

With the summer transfer window fast approaching, Longford Town boss Neale Fenn has admitted he will look to bolster his squad during the mid-season break. Defeating Midland rivals Athlone Town 3-1 at the City Calling Stadium on Saturday night, to move back to within a single point of league leaders Shelbourne, Fenn admitted he could be forced to let a number of players leave “De Town” due to a lack of minutes this season.

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First Division clash selected for Between the Stripes Match Day Live coverage as Shels host Cobh

Between the Stripes Match Day Live will make its second visit of the season to Tolka Park on Friday night to bring League of Ireland fans live and exclusive online commentary as Shelbourne host Cobh Ramblers in the First Division.

Not only that, but BetweenTheStripes.ie founder, Kieran Burke will be joined on commentary by former “Reds” goalkeeper and current Longford Town FC star, Lee Steacy.

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Wages issue arises again at Limerick FC

Between the Stripes Match Day Live was present at Tolka Park last night, as Shelbourne ran out deserved 2-0 winners against a well below par Limerick side in a crucial First Division tie. However, while taking nothing away from what Shelbourne boss, Ian Morris described as the “Reds” best performance of the season, Limerick’s well below par showing may be explained by a breaking news story on the night regarding issues surrounding players wages at the Munster club. READ ON for more…

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